I pesonally believe in the Big Bang and Evolution, but neither are proven. Science proves nothing, it doesn't have the capacity. I just thought you should know. :)
Our belief in God comes from the Hebrew prophets, and His word throughout all the ages. Our belief in Natural Laws comes from the Greek philosopher Thales, who first started looking for the fundamental essence of reality. It was later decided that such truth needed to be eternal, unembodied, unchanging, perfect, and atemporal. Such a belief is now part of the Nicene Creed, and our conception of the Laws of Nature.
Where you put your faith is your choice.
I think that the idea is that, as far as our understanding of science is at the moment, we believe that evolution and the big bang (which are theories in the same way gravity is a theory) are the best of the current models for how things are the way they are.
why can't god have created his abundance of worlds using such a method.
also we have no way of knowing how heaven's days are counted, so to an extent, many scientific theories can have truth (how long the earth has exsited, evolution, ect) nothing says that the two can't co-exist. faith allows us to live with purpose, and science allowes us to explore the purpose of our lives.
No conflict with the idea. Matter has to come from somewhere! I think it makes sense. I love science.
Also, evolution can be clearly demonstrated within a few generations of a species, so I really don't see how there's still a debate about this.